I have a court order in place for child support and medical insurance but the non custodial parent failed to pay child support in April and had failed to maintain medical insurance for 4yrs per the court order. He also has not paid child support for the last child since he was born 6yrs ago.
My ex husband does not use his time to see our daughter. He has not seen her in 2 months and before that 3 months. He is supposed to get her every other weekend. Is there something I can do to modify the visitation since he isn't using it? And he only calls once a month when our papers say he... Read more »
I live in the state of Georgia and was told that I have a no contact order against me but that if the sheriff department couldn't serve me with the papers that it couldn't be enforced. Is this accurate?
Since you are 15 years old, it is important to know that in Georgia a child age 14 or older has the ability to request a change of custodial parent, and when the request is made, a custody re-evaluation typically happens. The judge will seriously consider your request, but will evaluate whether the...Read more »
we have a court order custody agreement but I can not contact him or the kids. he has had me put in jail twice. I recently filed a motion to amend our custody agreement and we have court Aug 20th 2020. I was hoping I could get some assistance as I was a stay at home mom for 8 years and right now... Read more »
It is not clear if you were ordered to not contact the children as a result of the protective order. If so, the protective order would prevent visitation. However, if the protective order only involves no contact with him, you will need to arrange visitation exchange by third party. Since you have...Read more »
My ex husband has filed paperwork to try to take my child from me. Georgia has no jurisdiction over the matter as I live in Texas, the divorce happened in Colorado and I have never lived in Georgia. He has filed false accusations against me and I am trying to get this case dismissed in Douglas... Read more »
You need to hire an attorney who can review the prior orders, gather evidence and file the Motion to Dismiss. It may require a hearing, so it's not as simple as just asking the court for a dismissal and it happens.
There are a number of scenarios that can play out, one is a runaway charge. Additionally, if there are accusations of abuse, there are other options available as well. It is best to contact an attorney who can assess the specifics of the circumstances and provide a more detailed response....Read more »
Not necessarily. There are other factors that must be considered when returning a child. It is best to contact an attorney who can assess the specifics of your circumstances and provide you with a more detailed response.
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Unfortunately he is not following the rules on the week he gets our child, he talks bad/cussing at her and bringing her in the middle of our disagreements, telling her I am a bad mother etc. She is starting to show signs of anger issues and other concerning things. I applied for legal aid and have... Read more »
We were living in Greenville, SC at the time of the divorce and custody battle. My ex was granted full custody due to an addiction issue I had had several years prior. I have been clean and continue to take drug tests, but have not seen or spoken to my son in over 5 years. His father moved to... Read more »
If a party has appealed existing court orders (lost appeals, even GA Supreme Court) and has not paid a dime, at the contempt hearing, if the party is found in contempt, can they avoid jail by filing an appeal to drag the case out? What GA case law could be used to prevent appealing if indeed the... Read more »
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